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Dyslexia Quest

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Dyslexia Quest is a game-based quest designed to help assess your child's memory and listening skills. It helps point parents in the right direction since it serves as a basic skills screener to identify strengths and weaknesses. It uses games to assess a child's strengths and weakness in the following areas: working memory, phonological awareness, processing speed, visual sequential order, auditory sequential memory, and visual memory.
It is divided into six games that each take about 10 minutes to play. If you have a child who struggles with distractibility, it may be best to play this app in increments to get the best results. Activities are divided into three levels: Elementary, middle-high school and adult. The goal is to assess working memory, phonological awareness, processing speed, visual sequential memory, and visual memory. Upon completion of each adventure, you're given scores and details about your strengths and weaknesses. Kids are inherently motivated to complete each of the quests whereas the score keeping and gaming nature provide incentive for users to retry levels in order to improve their standing. 

From the Developer

Climb the mountain and play the yeti games. Each game will test memory and learning skills. The Yeti Master will explain signs of dyslexia.

  • 6 games that each develop a different learning ability
  • Email your results to those that need to know
  • Suggests how to make better use of your learning strengths
  • Explains what difficulties you will experience and where you have a weakness
  • 3 different paths up the mountain encourage you to replay games and improve your skills
  • Can you collect all 18 yetis?

The games are designed to assess working memory, phonological awareness, processing speed, visual memory, auditory memory and sequencing skills. Dyslexia Quest has been developed, researched and tested at the Bristol Dyslexia Centre. The app is designed for a single player and does not support simultaneous multiple users.

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